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MyDigitalSSD 120GB (128GB) Bullet Proof 4 Eco (BP4e V2) 50mm SATA III (6G) mSATA SSD Solid State Drive - MDMS-BP4e-128

MyDigitalSSD 120GB (128GB) Bullet Proof 4 Eco (BP4e V2) 50mm SATA III (6G) mSATA SSD Solid State Drive - MDMS-BP4e-128

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Bullet Proof 4 Eco V2 | 50mm mSATA | SATA III / 6G | PHISON S10 Controller

MyDigitalSSD's best-selling Bullet Proof 4 Eco SATA III 6Gb/s mSATA solid state drives now feature the Phison S10 controller for even better performance! Just look for the green V2 on the label to upgrade almost any 50mm mSATA powered device, including Tablets, UltraBooks, Notebooks, Desktop PCs, and more.

BP4e V2 SSDs are over provisioned featuring improved Random Read/Write performance and IOPS, extended performance endurance (no slow down no matter how much data you put on it), prolonged drive life, reliability, and low power consumption at the unequaled price to performance ratio synonymous with MyDigitalSSD Bullet Proof SSDs.

Backwards compatible with SATA II applications; BP4e V2 SSDs increase your productivity up to 70X by eliminating the bottle-neck of stock hard drives.

Highlights

  • Unequaled price to performance ratio
  • Phison S10 (PS3110) controller
  • Toshiba TLC Toggle NAND Flash
  • Large storage capacity
  • Easy installation
  • Improve boot up and application load times
  • High-speed SATA 6Gb/s (SATA III) interface
  • Backward compatible to SATA 3Gb/s (SATA II)
  • Withstand extreme shock and vibration
  • Support DDR3 I/O interface
  • Power management supported
  • NCQ command set
  • TRIM support
  • RAID support
  • SMART support
  • Three year replacement warranty

Note: Due to power requirements for MyDigitalSSD BP4e V2 drives, use of a BP4e V2 SSD as an external drive in combination with certain enclosures or adapters may cause overheating that could lead to an intermittent connection.


Performance Testing

Test Environment: ASRock Extreme6/3.1 / Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz / 16GB RAM / Windows 7 Ultimate 64GB / MyDigitalSSD mSATA to 2.5 inch Adapter. Driver: iAStorA 13.1.0.1058

Disclaimer: Results may vary based on computer configuration, environment, and testing methods.

CrystalDiskMark Bench Results

ATTO Benchmark Results

Anvil Benchmark Results
 


mSATA SSDs are NOT compatible with Dell Mini 9 Netbooks
Click here for a full list of mSATA compatible devices | Click here for Dell Mini 9 upgrades

Specifications

MPN MDMS-BP4e-128
UPC 728028335903
Capacity 120GB (128B) 
NAND Flash Toshiba TLC Toggle NAND Flash
Form Factor 50mm mSATA
Interface Serial ATA: SATA III (6G)
Controller Phison S10 (PS3110)
Sequential Read Up to 565MB/s (ATTO)
Sequential Write Up to 540MB/s (ATTO)
4K Read Up to 34MB/s (CDM)
4K Write Up to 110MB/s (CDM)
Access Time 0.1 ms
Dimensions 50 x 30 x 4mm
Weight < 6g
RAID Support Yes
TRIM Support Yes
SMART Support Yes
NCQ Up to 32 commands
Operation Temperature 0 to 70°C
Storage Temperature -40 to 85°C
Operating Voltage 3.3V ± 5%
Humidity RH = 95% under 55°C
Shock 1500G/0.5ms
Vibration 80-2000Hz/20G
Idle < 0.5W
Active < 0.9W
MTBF >2,000,000 hours
ECC Scheme Support up to 72bit ECC correct per 1K Byte data
Compliance: RoHS / CE / FCC
OS Support Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / CE
Mac OS X
Linux series: Fedora, Ubuntu, Solaris, etc.
DOS
PC Compatibility Acer W500
Asus EP121
Dell Precision M4500, M4600, M6400, M6500
Fusion Garage JOOJOO
Google CR-48 Chrome
HP Envy 14 Beats
Lenovo K26, K47A, K47G
Lenovo IdeaPad Y460, Y470, Y560, Y570
Lenovo ThinkPad T420S, T420, T520, L420, L520, W520, X220
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s, E320, E420s
Samsung Series 9
WeTab
And more, click here for more mSATA compatible devices.

Package Contents

• 120GB MyDigitalSSD BP4e V2 mSATA III (6G) SSD

Warranty

• 3 Year Warranty

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